If I am reading this right, it seems these must be applied to the base of the bullet, meaning practically speaking for the individual shooter they could only be used by a reloader, probably the shooter himself. Pulling bullets out of factory ammo just to apply these stickers, and then reseating the bullet, coupled with their “per unit” cost, would in my view make them very much less than proactical, especially since they can be seen only indoors or at night.
Other than cost, I guess my comment would not apply to their use by manufacturers, large or small, in the making of tracer ammunition, but I see very, very little practical use for a civilian shooter at any level.
Does anyone have a “click on” connection for the Symposium report from the Symposium mentioned earlier in the thread? These things usually show up on the internet for free down-loading. It would be interesting and perhaps quite informative to see it. I could not find it myself, but then I am am very poor at intiiating searches.I can’t find lots of things that others seem to find with ease.